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Diversity Connected 2022 Tour in Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

Start Date: 14 May 2022
End Date: 14 May 2022

Treat the family to tickets to see the street dance troupe with eye-popping routines at the Diversity Connected tour this May in Cardiff Motorpoint Arena

Diversity is a well known London-based street dance crew Founded by choreographer Ashley Banjo and his younger brother Jordan. Specialising in everything from popping and breakdance to acrobatics, the troupe quickly grew in number.

The troupe rose to fame in 2009 when they won the third series of Britain’s Got Talent. By that time they were a very diverse group of people who not only ranged in age between 12 and 25 years old, but also in everything from educational pursuits to race and height, so the name Diversity was a natural fit.

Diversity’s first UK tour in 2010 sold out in just 24 hours and in 2020 the world-famous group announced their biggest UK tour to date for spring 2022. Called Connected, the show is designed around the world of social media, the internet and the digital era. In April 2021, Diversity added 10 extra dates to their Connected tour, visiting 33 towns and cities across the UK and Ireland over four months from 17 March – 19 June 2022. Due to phenomenal demand, the group also added an extra date at Wales’ new venue Swansea Arena for June 2022.



Cardiff Motorpoint Arena
Mary Ann Street
CF10 2EQ

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1.30 pm



From £34.35

Over 16s only. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult over 18.


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